Master of Bayhem Michael Bay made his second "Bad Boys" cameo in "Bad Boys for Life."
Spider-Man fans hoping to see more Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have just had their last hopes dashed.
Fans previously called for Liam Neeson to be 'digitally erased' from the film following his remarks during the promotional tour for 'Cold Pursuit'.
Following some mixed reports from critics on the Venom movie over social media, the reviews are now in.
Sony has recorded a full-year net profit of $655M, a 50% fall from the previous year, while its Pictures division posted a loss of $719M year-on-year, driven by box office underperformance. Sales and operating revenue for the division sat at $8B overall. The results fall in line with the company's recent revision of results: It's nine month results saw a $913M loss in the Pictures division, largely related to a $962M impairment charge of goodwill, which was included in…
News regarding Sony’s planned ‘Spider-Man’ spin-off movies will arrive “before too long” according to Sony Pictures chairman Tom Rothman. Sony’s plans for an extended Spidey universe were set back when the studio struck a deal to reboot 'Spider-Man’ as part of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. Sony had planned a handful of spin-offs for the last, ill-fated iteration of Spidey films helmed by Marc Webb and starring Andrew Garfield. Venom and the Sinister Six were set to star in their own films, but Sony have been quiet about plans since the Marvel deal.
Tom Rothman has long been a somewhat controversial figure in film fandom, and his latest comments probably won’t win him any new admirers. The Hollywood Reporter asked the Sony Pictures chairman how he felt about the amount of vitriol being spewed at the upcoming ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot - and his response was perhaps surprisingly enthusiastic. The Sony boss described the studio’s relationship with Marvel as “fantastic,” and shed a little light on how their collaboration works: “Sony has the ultimate authority.